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2011-03-24
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Globe, AZ
Globe, AZ
Canyoneering Mar 24 2011
Vaporman
Canyoneering3.50 Miles 500 AEG
Canyoneering3.50 Miles   4 Hrs      0.88 mph
500 ft AEG
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Had the day off from work on this beautiful sunny day, so dropped into this sweet canyon with my buddy this afternoon. The flow was pretty good, probably the highest I've yet to see it and thankfully the water wasn't that cold in my 4/3 wetsuit. The flow was so much that we couldn't play on the slide too much and it pushes you thru the canyon rather quickly. ;) I went headfirst down the slide and got stopped cold by the flow coming in from the side. :lol: That final falls was flowing pretty good, so we of course bypassed rappelled it. And finished with those LONG swims out and gradual climb back to the TH. :sweat:

I heard from others to watch out for a dead dog in one of the pools, but it must be long gone with the flow as high as it is... :?
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Yea, canyoneering is an extreme sport... EXTREMELY dramatic!!! =p
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